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Afternoon Brief, February 6

Mary Ann Graf, Who Paved the Way for California Women Winemakers, Dies at 76: Mary Ann Graf, widely considered the first woman winemaker in California after Prohibition, died after a nearly three year battle with pancreatic cancer on Jan. 30. A representative of Graf's friends and family confirmed the news...

Domestic Rosé Gaining Market Share from French

The rosé trend still shows no sign of slowing with its third consecutive year with over fifty percent growth. According to Nielsen retail outlet data the rosé category grew 64% over the last twelve months, but unlike a year ago domestic rosé is now outpacing imports growing at 112% compared to 42.8% growth for French rosés. This marks a significant turnaround from a year ago when domestic producers were trailing overall category growth. However, French rosés continue to hold the dominant market share with 60% of the rosé category measured by dollar value.

Afternoon Brief, March 29

Subscribe to the Afternoon Brief   Trending Story: CK Mondavi Finds Growth Opportunities Without Chasing Trends The fourth generation of the Mondavi family, internally referred to...

U.S. Producers Betting on Rosé and Challenging French Dominance

“Is it on? Yes, it’s definitely on. Pink is trending; it’s a heavy trending thing, and I don’t see it going away at all,”...

Afternoon Brief, March 15

French Wine Capitalizing on U.S. Drinking Trends: Major trends in the U.S. wine market including premiumization, sparkling wine, and rosé play to the strengths of French wine leading to a 14.2% value growth, surpassing runner-up New Zealand at 13.7%, to claim the highest import growth by nation over the past 52 weeks according to Nielsen data*...

Meiomi Expands Portfolio with First-Ever Rosé

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – March 2017 – Meiomi, the leading luxury American wine brand, announces the debut of its new rosé this month. The release...

Afternoon Brief, August 20

Lake Chelan Wildfire Destroys Winery: A wildfire has destroyed one winery and caused many of the regions winemakers and grape growers to evacuate...

Afternoon Brief, August 4

Natural Cocktail Used to Prevent, Treat Pierce's Disease: It's happy hour at a lab in College Station. The cocktail of choice, developed by scientists with Texas A&M AgriLife Research, is one that stops or prevents the deadly Pierce's disease on wine grapes

Afternoon Brief, July 10

United States set to overtake Australia for NZ wine exports: Winemaker Alex Giesen is tipping the United states to become our biggest export market in one to two years, but it may happen even faster

Afternoon Brief, July 1

Vinexpo: a New Energy: There was a renewed confidence among wine and spirits professionals at Vinexpo 2015, held in Bordeaux, France from June 14-18.